At the department of propaedeutics of children diseases of SEI «ATSMU» 19.01.2021 year , an open lesson was held on the topic of ”Indian festivals in january” with the participation of teachers of the department and students of the 7th groups of the 2nd year of bachelors (teacher – Kasimova P.V). Presentation was prepared by Navaneeth Raghunath - student of group 7th .
In India, holidays are celebrated on different dates depending on the state.
Makaravilakku kerala- annual festival held on makara sankranthi in kerala at the Sabarimala. This includes “thiruvabharnanam” (sacred ornaments of lord Ayyappan) procession and a congregation at hill shrine of Shabarimala.
Pongal Tamil nadu- multi day Hindu harvest festival in indian state of tamil nadu. It is observed at the start of “tai” according to tamil solar calendar. Dedicated to lord “sun”.
Makar sankranthi – it is onserved in each year; the first day sun enters the Capricorn zodiac which corresponds to January. Social festivals such as colorful decorations, singing, dancing, public gathering…
Mangu bihu north east states – harvest festival in north east states of India. First day of assam calendar. Celebrating by making bamboo huts and burns in next day.
Kicheri utter Pradesh – tradition disturbing urad, rice, till, chiwada, woolen clothes… Story behind this festival is God Bhaskar visit his son Shani. Bathing in Ganga and donations along the ghats of Ganga on this day is auspicious.
Department of propaedeutics of children diseases